Tunisia 2011: a radical transformation in perspectives for relations with the EU

Tunisia 2011: a radical transformation in perspectives for relations with the EU 1024 576 Euro Mediter

The revolution in January 2011 radically transformed the perspectives for Tunisia’s relations
with the European Union, with the EU almost doubling its financial support, from the €80 million
initially planned for 2011 to €160 million committed in response to events; the adoption of a new
ENP Action Plan (AP) deepening relations in the framework of a privileged partnership will mark
an important stage in bilateral relations. These are some of the conclusions of the report on
progress made on implementation of the EU-Tunisia ENP Action Plan between 1 January and
31 December 2011, released on May 2012 by the European Commission.

You can find here the full report (in French).

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